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MediaStorm Joins Educational Streaming Platform Docuseek2

    Today MediaStorm has joined the Docuseek2 streaming platform. Docuseek2 is the premiere streaming source for independent, environmental and social-issue documentaries for the educational market, with more than 800 films from Bullfrog Films®, Icarus Films (including The Fanlight Collection and dGenerate Films), Kartemquin Films, KimStim, the National Film Board of Canada, Terra Nova Films, [...]

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MediaStorm in the News: Boosting Audience Engagement

No Film School, an awesome community of filmmakers and storytellers, recently posted an article covering IFP Film Week’s Interactive Storytelling Workshop, featuring Samia Khan. We were thrilled to be part of a conversation with Alex Vlak of Eko and Jeremy Chilnick of Warrior Poets on new frontiers in storytelling. Check it out here!  

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37th Annual Eugene W. Smith Funds Awards

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Grant, selected from over 300 worldwide submissions, is presented annually to photographers whose work carries forward the tradition practiced by Eugene Smith during his 45-year photojournalism career. The grant enables recipients to undertake and complete worthy photojournalistic projects. This year’s ceremony will be held on Thursday, October 13, at [...]

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Worth Watching #153: Stories of Human Kind: A Search for Home

We are confronted with daily assaults of tragedy in the news–stories of war, migration, and the never-ending election cycle. But rarely do these stories give us the a way to connect, to empathize, and to reimagine our own world. Senain Kheshgi’s new series of short films on the lives of people living in Templehof Refugee [...]

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Worth Watching #152: The Last Rhinos by Brian Dawson


Powerful storytelling by Brian Dawson. He asks, “Could selling horn, the very item that rhinos are killed for, actually save the population?” – Brian Storm Make sure to also check out the associated National Geographic feature, Special Investigation: Inside the Deadly Rhino Horn Trade. See what else we think is Worth Watching.

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